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Hi Photogs 

Can anyone explain how the SL2 processes it’s multi shot images when set in multi-shot mode?

I understand that the camera takes 8 different shots by moving the sensor 0.5 pixels each time. My question is does the camera merge these 8 images to produce the final 187 MB image or does it interpolate between each of the 8 images to produce the final result ?

A couple of my multi-shots look like they have had mild HDR treatment which is not to everyone’s taste. Is that the intention or consequence of multi-shot images?

Any advice welcome !

Thanks

 

David

 

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